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Chalabi bowed out of the contest in the second round, giving al-Abadi an easy victory.
Netanyahu's next choice bowed out two days after he was picked.
Much depends on when they'd bowed out, and what decisions were made by various parties in Florida.
He consulted with his family, made a through-gritted-teeth call to the frontrunner, and bowed out.
The former Utah governor bowed out of the 2012 race with a nod to the man he so recently ripped.
Sir Alexander Pepps was bowed out; and the consultation took place; which left the matter just where it was before.
The Reverend Mother bowed out the last of her guests, and retired to her own room well satisfied.
Ere her mother could make light of the suggestion, Old Tom had jumped up, and bowed out his arm.
One of them wrote a note, which he asked me to give to the conserje, and I was bowed out of the office.
There were great windows bowed out in generous eagerness towards the Canyon.
On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bowed out, such as: quit, pull out, retire, bail out, withdraw, and drop out.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.